School Sevens – Results & Previews

It has been an exciting midweek of Sevens this week, with The King’s School Worcester once again demonstrating their class with a third tournament win out of four when they took the Solihull sevens, while Whitgift made it two a week with victory at the Hampton Sevens.

Perhaps ominously for the rest, Millfield are now flexing their sevens muscles too after winning a tough Llandovery Sevens tournament.

That third tournaments victory for King’s Worcester must certainly place them as the favourites for the National title at Rosslyn Park in a couple of weeks time though, but they will know only too well that the likes of Millfield, Whitgift and Brighton College are all snapping at their heels.

Millfield, Brighton College and King’s Worcester are all in action again on Sunday, though in three different competitions, Millfield in the West of England Sevens, King’s Worcester at the Mount St Mary’s Sevens and Brighton College in the Worth Sevens.

Each face serious threats though, with Bryanston likely to be in the mix in the West of England, while at Mount St Mary’s Sedbergh will fancy their chances of keeping King’s Worcester out after winning the North of England Sevens last week, King’s Worcester’s only non tournament win.

Over in Worth the likes of Tonbridge and King’s Canterbury will be hoping to keep Brighton quiet, particularly after impressive showings from both at the Reigate Grammar School charity sevens last week.

Hampton School will fancy their chances at the Middlesex Sevens on Sunday, Hampton have endured a tough time of late, losing 19-17 to Whitgift yesterday in the final of their own Sevens tournament and losing 11-5 at the weekend to Dulwich College in the Daily Mail Cup semi final.

They will take heart from those performances though and will rightly be favourites on Sunday, though Bicton and RGS High Wycombe in particular will pose serious threats.

The inaugural Manchester Schools Sevens also takes place this weekend but the groups are yet to be announced, tournament Director Marco Vaghetti preview his tournament here though: http://www.mr7s.com/schools/2013/02/schools-festival-preview/

The Sevens season is certainly shaping up very nicely, and if teams keep on improving and turning out performances of the standard we have seen so far, we could be in for a spectacular week in Rosslyn Park.

Sunday’s Sevens Groups & Wednesday’s Results:

Sunday Groups (predicted group winners in bold):

Mount St Mary’s Sevens

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Ampleforth College

Barnard Castle School

Durham School

RGS Newcastle

Bradford Grammar School

Denstone

Hymers College

Sedbergh

Mount St Mary’s College

Llandovery College

QEGS Wakefield

Stonyhurst

Nottingham High School

King’s School, Worcester

St Peter’s, York

Yarm

West of England Sevens

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Bryanston

King’s College, Taunton

Bristol Grammar School

Blundell’s

Colston’s

Kingswood

KES Bath

Cheltenham College

King’s School, Bruton

Prior Park

Monmouth

Christ College

Plymouth College

Sherborne

Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital

Millfield

Queen’s College, Taunton

Truro School

Taunton School

Wellington School

Worth Sevens

Group 1

Group 2

Group 3

Group 4

Eastbourne College

Brighton College

Brighton College (2nd VII)

Hurstpierpoint

Reigate Grammar School

Eltham College

Caterham

Shiplake

Skinner’s

KCS Wimbledon

Emmanuel School

King’s School, Canterbury

St John’s, Leatherhead

Reed’s

St George’s, Weybridge

The Oratory

Worth School

Seaford College

Tonbridge School

Wimbledon  College

Middlesex Sevens

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Haileybury

Bicton College

Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School

Dulwich College

Hampton

Isleworth & Syon Boys’ School

Latymer Upper School

Gunnersbury

King Edward VI, Stratford

St Benedicts

RGS High Wycombe

London Oratory

Windsor Boys’ School

University College School

Tiffin

Mill Hill

Wallington County Grammar

N/A

N/A

Norwich School

Wednesday 7’s Results:

Hampton 7’s

Final – Whitgift 19-17 Hampton

Plate Final – Cranleigh 28-7 Campion School

Hamton School Sevens – Group A Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Hampton

4

4

0

0

83

8

Campion

4

3

0

1

58

6

John Fisher

4

2

0

2

47

4

Tiffin

4

1

0

3

-48

2

Richmond Upon Thames College

4

0

0

4

-140

0

Hamton School Sevens – Group B Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Whitgift

4

4

0

0

127

8

Cranleigh

4

3

0

1

74

6

St Benedicts

4

2

0

2

19

4

Wimbledon College

4

1

0

3

-24

2

Isleworth & Syon Boys’ School

4

0

0

4

-196

0

Llandovery 7’s

Cup Final  – Millfield 64-0 Cowbridge Comprehensive

Semi Finals:

Millfield 36-0 Mount St Mary’s

Cowbridge 21-14 Gwyr

Quarter Finals:

Millfield 36-7 Llandovery College

Mount St Mary’s 14-7 Newport High

Gwyr 31-12 Bridgend College

Cowbridge 42-14 Landovery (2nd VII)

Last 16:

Llandovery 54-16 Preseli

Millfield 52-5 Tre-Gib

Mount St Mary’s 14-10 Christ College

Newport High 28-19 Pembrokeshire College

Gwyr 24-5 Coleg Sir Gar

Bridgend College 26-17 Bro Myrddin

Llandovery (2nd VII) 28-19 Caerleon Comprehensive School

Cowbridge Comprehensive 35-12 Radyr Comprehensive

Plate Final – Cwm Rhymni 26-19 Amman Valley School

Llandovery Sevens – Group A Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Llandovery College

2

2

0

0

69

6

Caerleon Comp

2

1

0

1

1

3

Bro Morgannwg

2

0

0

2

-70

0

Llandovery Sevens – Group B Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Millfield

2

2

0

0

87

6

Radyr Comp

2

1

0

1

-9

3

Queen Elizabeth

2

0

0

2

-78

0

Llandovery Sevens – Group C Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Newport High

2

2

0

0

15

6

Coleg Sir Gar

2

1

0

1

-11

3

Cwm Rhymni

2

0

0

2

-4

0

Llandovery Sevens – Group D Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Mount St Mary’s

2

2

0

0

59

6

Bridged College

2

1

0

1

-10

3

Llanhari

2

0

0

2

-49

0

Llandovery Sevens – Group E Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Bro Myrddin

2

2

0

0

55

6

Christ College

2

1

0

1

-6

3

Llandovery 3rd VII

2

0

0

2

-49

0

Llandovery Sevens – Group F Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Gwyr

2

2

0

0

25

6

Pembrokeshire Col

2

1

0

1

-5

3

Amman Valley Sch

2

0

0

2

-30

0

Llandovery Sevens – Group G Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Cowbridge Comp

2

2

0

0

38

6

Tre-Gib

2

1

0

1

0

3

Rhydywaun

2

0

0

2

-38

0

Llandovery Sevens – Group H Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Presili

2

2

0

0

47

6

Llandovery 2nd VII

2

1

0

1

34

3

Glantaf

2

0

0

2

-81

0

Solihull 7’s

Final – King’s Worcester 26-19 Warwick

Semi Finals

King’s Worcester 36-0 Old Swinford Hospital

Warwick 28-19 Hartpury

Quarter Finals

Old Swinford Hospital 31-17 King’s Macclesfield

King’s Worcester 50-12 Loughborough Grammar

Warwick 26-19 Solihull

Hartpury 33-19 Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School

Plate Final – Aylesbury Grammar 33-26 St Peter’s Gloucester

Plate Semi Finals

St Peter’s Gloucester 21-14 Bedford Modern

Aylesbury 33-5 Nottingham High

Solihull Sevens – Group A Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

King’s Macclesfield

4

3

0

1

98

15

Bishop Vesey’s

4

3

0

1

81

15

St Peter’s Gloucester

4

3

0

1

40

15

King Edward VI, Stratford

4

1

0

3

-37

5

Solihull 6th Form College

4

0

0

4

-182

0

Solihull Sevens – Group B Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

King’s Worcester

4

4

0

0

164

20

Warwick

4

3

0

1

55

15

Aylesbury Grammar

4

2

0

2

-37

10

King Edward VI, Aston

4

1

0

3

-118

5

Princethorpe

4

0

0

4

-64

0

Solihull Sevens – Group C Standings

Team

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

PD

Points

Solihull

4

4

0

0

110

20

Loughborough Grammar

4

3

0

1

47

15

Nottingham High

4

2

0

2

-19

10

King Henry VIII Coventry

4

1

0

3

-46

5

Newcastle-Under-Lyme

4

0

0

4

-92

0

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